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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2003-04-30

In this week's issue:  Business in the wake of war, romance
in the office, a good-bye to Mr. Rogers, and more.

A Knowledge@Wharton article ponders what effects the
post-war fate of Iraq will have on American business.
Darwin stresses the importance of getting multiple points of
view when deciding what business technologies to buy and
A Fortune article explains why the rollout of WiFi Internet
access points across the country, a development sorely
needed by the tech industry, isn't going very smoothly at
According to Employment Review, with people spending more
and more time at the office, office romances are considered
to be less taboo -- though they can still have consequences.

According to Technology Research News, a new software
program that can gauge the similarity of music files without
human input may prove to be an advance in many fields.

Iraq has had a chaotic and bloody history over the past 100
years, an article from Smithsonian shows.

Now that the fighting in Iraq seems to be over, is it time
to get back into stocks?  A Fortune article considers that

An IEEE Spectrum article takes readers inside the U.S.
Patent & Trademark Office to answer the question, "Why are
so many patents pending?"

---Society & Politics---
IDB America reports on a program in Brazil that is using art
activities to rescue youths from crime and violence, the
perils of poverty.
According to an American Prospect article, past presidents
have shown better ways to invoke God during wartime.
A Fortune analysis of President Bush's new tax plan finds
little to like besides the elimination of double taxation of
corporate dividends.

A Smithsonian article remembers Fred Rogers, the beloved
longtime host of the children's TV program Mr. Rogers'
A Fortune piece goes behind the scenes with Jeff Zucker, the
NBC exec charged with finding a replacement for the sitcom
juggernaut Friends.

A Time Asia article has the low-down on traveling the world
via cargo ship.  And not as a stowaway.